We're talking about European version, so you'll start off with a wheel that contains 37 pockets.
You'll find the specified numbers on them, with an extra one holds the 0.
Now, you'll have an assortment of options in order to win, as you don't have to guess the correct number every spin to get a prize.
Make as many bets as you'd prefer and pick between inside and outside bets.
The main difference between the bets is that the insides cover one or a few numbers and are on the inner layout of the table.
On the other hand, the outside ones will cover large portions and pay at lower odds, hence they are more general.
There are a few rules which differ in this version as opposed to the American one or the others.
First of all, the American versions have two zero sockets instead of one.
Automatically, your chances of winning grow when a socket is cut.
When La Partage is active and a zero is spun, all even money bets will lose only half of the money.
During En Prison, a zero will mean that the bets are imprisoned, thus held over until the next spin.
If the player wins, they will be released back.
If you're in love with the chance of winning huge prize with a spin, then the European Roulette certainly is for you.
Nonetheless, the chances are more in your favour with this original version when compared to others.
Try them out and see which one works best for you!